Blue Mountains Festivals and Events

Your Guide to Events & Festivals in the Blue Mountains

To help you plan your trip to the Blue Mountains we have listed festivals and events throughout the year.

To add a Blue Mountains Event or Festival please email admin@bookbluemountains.com.au

 

Blue Mountains Arts Trail

Blue Mountains Arts Trail

19-20 September 2015

The Arts Trail is a free event featuring a collective of local artists who will open their studios to the public, allowing you to explore the rich arts culture the Blue Mountains has to offer. Visitors are encouraged to stroll from studio to studio on their way through the mountains to experience local art first-hand, meet the artists and purchase art from the source.

Leura Gardens Festival

Leura Gardens Festival

3-11 October 2015

The Leura Gardens Festival this year invites you to join us in experiencing the magic of spring in the beautiful Upper Blue Mountains of New South Wales.

The 2015 festival will feature 10 wonderful Leura gardens, including two new to the festival, several returning after a break and, of course, several lovely old favourites.

Leura Village Fair

Leura Village Fair

10-11 October 2015

Visit Leura Mall for this annual event. The Leura Mall comes alive with market stalls, art displays, live entertainment, fine food and coffee. See the beautiful cherry blossoms lining the centre of the Mall.

Saturday 9am-4.30pm, Sunday 9am-3.30pm.

Mt Wilson & Mt Irvine Spring Art Festival

Sat 10 Oct - Sun 11 Oct 2015

An exhibition open to artists from all over Australia plus guided Bird Walk, Garden Walk, Landscape Photographers Workshop and more. All exhibited items will be for sale with proceeds going to the local Fire Brigade.

Rhododendron Festival - Blackheath

Rhododendron Festival - Blackheath

23 October - 30 November 2015

The highlights of this festival are:

  • Campbell Rhododendron Gardens open every day
  • Grand Parade - Clanwilliam Street
  • Retailers Window Displays - Blackheath CBD
  • Combined Churches Festival of Flowers, St Aidan's Anglican Church
  • Memorial Gardens Stall Holder Market